England has gone into a second national lockdown as it continues to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.

It means that, from midnight on November 5, the population will be subject to new restrictions for the first time since the previous lockdown was eased.

Some of the new restrictions include:

- It will be illegal to meet anyone not in your household in a private garden or indoors.

- You won’t be able to stay at a second holiday home.

- All pubs, bars and restaurants will close – but will be allowed to offer a takeaway food service.

- International travel out of the UK is banned – apart from for work purposes.

- Amateur sports are now prohibited.

For a full list of what you can be fined for, click here.

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Schools, colleges and universities will stay open during the new lockdown.

You can also find out a full list of essential businesses allowed to stay open by clicking here.

England will be subject to new lockdown measures from November 5. We want to hear your views

Addressing MPs earlier this week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: “Models of our scientists suggest that unless we act now, we could see deaths over the winter that are twice as bad or more compared with the first wave.

"Faced with these latest figures, there is no alternative but to take further action at a national level.

"I know some in the House believe we should have reached this decision earlier, but I believe it was right to try every possible option to get this virus under control at a local level, with strong local action and strong local leadership."